Journalists and mechanics visited our factory

On 11th of June, Lumag invited automotive journalists and mechanics to visit its newly built factory. The event was associated with the ongoing campaign “I assembly the Polish spare parts”
The campaign aims to break stereotypes, according to which – what is Polish is worse than of Western origin” – while building a positive image of Polish industry manufacturers and their products.
The journalists and the winners of the contest “Let’s visit with us a new Lumag factory”, which was directed to the owners of workshops and service advisers, began a visit from the dinner with representatives of Lumag at the Habenda Hotel in Budzyn, where the guests had the opportunity to freely ask questions and lead the discussions.
The next day, the guests went to the factory, which is located a few kilometres away. After the press conference on the company and the campaign “I assembly the Polish spare parts” the representatives of Lumag invited their guests to visit the factory.
At the production, the guests could follow the whole process of manufacturing the brake pads. The factory workers explained all the technical details and answered the questions to the journalists and representatives of workshops. Another attraction was a visit at the Research and Development department which is located in the old plant. Here the guests had a possibility of getting the knowledge on the development of friction materials and tests performed on the brake systems.
During the press conference, the CEO of Lumag – Marek Zak, assured that one of the biggest advantages of LUMAG and BRECK brands is that all the products are manufactured in the same factory. “We’ve never ever purchased any products from other manufacturers in order to sell them in our boxes”. Nowadays, this is unprecedented in Europe and because of that the Polish brands are among the Premium products.
Report from the visit

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